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Mother with baby
Wed, 12/02/2015
Though the vast majority of women with epilepsy have uncomplicated pregnancies and deliveries, it can also be a time of great concern. Vulnerability to break through seizures, medication side-effects, or toxicity can complicate late pregnancy and...
Wed, 11/18/2015
What is the Center for SUDEP Research? The Center for SUDEP Research (CSR) is a National Institute of Health/National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NIH/NINDS) funded consortium of basic science and clinical researchers...
Athletes vs Epilepsy
Sun, 11/15/2015
Join us in thanking and congratulating our Athletes vs Epilepsy TCS NYC Marathoner team for their amazing 26.2 miles accomplishment! Each of them dedicated their time and bodies to physical training, creating awareness about seizures, and raising...
Sun, 11/15/2015
Brain tumors can be associated with epilepsy, and some tumors are more likely to be associated with seizures than others. Brain tumors may cause seizures by applying mechanical pressure on adjacent tissue or by releasing excitatory neurotransmitters...
Sun, 11/15/2015
The Gene DEPDC5 The recent finding by Nascimento and colleagues (Neurology: Genetics 2015) that two of nine members of a family with epilepsy due to a mutation in the gene DEPDC5 died from SUDEP (sudden unexpected death in epilepsy) has lead...

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